Ballygunner (@1.25) vs De La Salle (@4.5)
13-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Ballygunner will win

Ballygunner – De La Salle Match Prediction | 13-10-2019 10:00

After 2001, it was realised that to cope with the huge influx of young juveniles, and to provide adequate facilities, a great deal of time and money would have to be invested. Then president of the GAA, Sean Kelly, officially opened the new facilities. On this site, plans were put down for a new top-quality floodlit all-weather pitch, a hurling and handball ally, a floodlit AstroTurf and a state-of-the-art indoor hurling arena with new clubhouse facilities. Phase 1 of the project involved extending of the clubhouse which would include two new dressing rooms and a meeting/trophy room. Fencing was erected around the new field and a scoreboard was put in place for the day. Under chairman Pat O'Sullivan, a development plan was put into place. For the club's 50th anniversary in 2004, the hurling ally and all-weather pitch were finished. Next was the purchasing of 8 acres (32,000m2) adjoining the current site.

All hurlers who came out of the small national school travelled into Waterford city to play for either the Erin's Own club or now archrivals Mount Sion. Having enjoyed multiple success at under age level through the local national school, Mr Mc Ginn, as he was commonly called, set up the club to nurture the game in the small parish. McGinn believed that there was enough talent in the parish to compete with the powerhouses of Waterford hurling. Prior to 1954, there was no adult hurling team in the parish.

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Despite having a relatively young side Ballygunner are by far the most experienced team left in the competition, with the other side of the draw pairing Crusheen of Clare, who only made their Munster club debutlast year with Cork side Carraigtwohill, who like Na Piarsaigh are making their debut at this level, the Waterford Champions will have real aspirations of a Munster crown.

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JJ Hutchinsons early goal put the visitors in control early on, however it was Pauric Mahony who was the star of the show that day, with the teenage star grabbing 9 points, to led his side to victory. Ballygunner come in the semi final, their 12th county final in the back pocket, on the back of a fine win over Tipperary champions Drom-Inch, the 2-15 to 1-13 scoreline made all the more impressive as it was achieved in the surrounding of Semple Stadium.

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SportsNewsIreland caught with Na Piarsaigh star, Cathal King, ahead of the game with the midfielder keen to push on now that shackles of finally claiming a county title had been lifted At the start of the year and for the last few years all we have worried about was winning that first county final, now that the weight has been lifted off our shoulders we can look forward to this match.

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Flynn landed another point from a free to seal the Gunners victory. He pointed two frees, one of them from inside his own half, and then, with just two minutes left on the clock, he snapped up an Andy Moloney delivery and gave Blackrocks goalkeeper Trevor Barry no chance with a goal. The final played in Semple Stadium Thurles was a closely fought game until the final minutes. Having been off target from two scoreable chances, and with the deficit down to three points, Paul Flynn took control of the final in the last ten minutes. Ballygunner beat Blackrock of Cork 2-14 to 0-12. After 35 years of trying, Billy O'Sullivan finally lifted the holy grail of Munster Club Hurling on behalf of his much loved club.

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A strong backline anchored by Philip Mahoney and Wayne Hutchinson will be hard to break down while in Shane OSullivan, Andy Maloney and Shane Walsh they have excellent ball winners who will ensure quick ball is fed to the speedy Brian OSullivan. The jewel in the crown in Mahony and the Limerick men will need to ensure that their discipline is good, as needless frees will be punished. David OSullivan is struggling to be fit after going off injured in the quarter final clash and the player will be giving every opportunity to prove his fitness.

In Hurling standards, Na Piarsaigh are a relatively new club and were only founded in 1968 but the Caherdavin based side have great strides in recent years and the team is mix of experience and youth, with up and coming Limerick stars Kevin Downes, Shane Dowling and David Breen joining the likes of Pat Gleeson and Kieran Birmingham in the side.